There is an election to Kent County Council on Thursday 4 May, 2017. Follow the link to read our manifesto.
There is an election to Kent County Council on Thursday 4 May, 2017.This is what our local team of candidates is fighting for:
With the election looming on 4th May we need people to help out with canvassing and at the polling booths on the day. You’ll be fully supported in both roles so you don’t need to have had previous experience. Please let us know if you are willing to help and give us your address so […]
There is an election to Kent County Council on Thursday 4 May, 2017. Follow the link to meet our local team of candidates.
Do you like playing cricket for fun? The Labour Club has a cricket team which tries to win but often doesn’t. We think winning is good but we think it is just as important that the whole team has a go and enjoys themselves. The Labour Club cricket team is looking to welcome new members. We […]
An unprecedented close result of 40 for and 35 against means that a number of Tory councillors voted against or abstained on whether to implement the Tories’ notorious STPs (Sustainability and Transformation Plans). There was a strong presence of protesters from the Whitstable Labour Party, the Socialist Party, Unite and the Unite Community, who cheered when Councillors spoke […]
With Kent Count Council elections coming up on 4 May 2017 we are keen to hear your views. What services would you like from KCC? What should KCC focus on? Here is your opportunity to tell us what your top priorities are. Please click on the link below and it will take you to our […]
A few weeks ago Canterbury Labour Party called for a Car Free Day that was rejected by the Council, but the fight to improve our environment goes on. Keep updated on the latest activities by visiting the Green issues campaign page. Councillor Alan Baldock sets out the Canterbury Labour Party’s view on tackling congestion and pollution […]
Last night, Labour Group Leader at Canterbury City Council, Councillor Alan Baldock, gave our response to the budget and sought amendments. He focused on the need for greater compassion towards the poor and the vulnerable in the face of radical cuts to funding from central government. These cuts, to zero in 2019, mean we can […]
We are millions. Let us stand together and show it. Let’s reject the politics of division and hatred. Let’s make tomorrow better than today. Meet in Canterbury on 20 February at 5pm in Dane John Gardens to celebrate the contribution that migrants from inside and outside the European Union make to our country. More details […]